Global System of Mobile Telecommunication (GSM), a technology that was introduced into Nigeria at the turn of the 21st century, with its attendant commercial viability and propensity for job creation has been widely acknowledged as probably one of the best thing to happen to Nigeria in the last 15 years. However, all the glitz and… Read more Sacked Married Women In Globacom Tell Their Stories of Discrimination
Telecoms giant, Globacom, has described the viral news that it sacked female employees due to their gender and marital status as fake. According to the operator, the widely circulating document was forged, adding that it did not issue the letter to anyone. It however acknowledged that it had terminated the appointment of several employees in…… Read more Globacom clarifies controversial appointment termination exercise
Globacom desperately wants to acquire 9mobile — but it would take a miracle for the nation’s second largest mobile network to get its wish, those with inside knowledge of the goings-on have told TheCable. The company formerly known as Etisalat Nigeria was taken over in July 2017 following a N541 billion debt 0verhang. Mubadala Group, the… Read more THE INSIDER: Why Globacom badly wants 9mobile — but may not get it
By Adeyemi Adepetun Nigeria’s $70 billion telecommunications industry is set to witness a major acquisition on or before December 31. This follows the bidding process that would eventually provide a fresh investor for 9Mobile, formerly Etisalat. 9mobile is being sold after regulators saved the company from collapse when both an investment fund and Etisalat exited… Read more Nigeria: Globacom Positions As Nigeria’s Largest Telecoms Operator
· Nigeria’s First indigenous network raring to beat Airtel, Dangote Group, others to lucrative bid Champions don’t sleep. While their peers snuggle in slumber, they toil upward through the night unto the break of dawn. They burn will and shed sweat until the dreary mills of industry imbue their efforts with sweet fruits of labour.… Read more Telecoms giant, Globacom set to acquire 9mobile
Telecommunication subscribers in the country may be in for a rough year as the network operators are said to be considering another increase of their tariffs soon in order to sustain services amidst a tough operating environment. Continue Reading
The NCC released the latest Internet Subscriber Data and it doesn’t look good for both Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Internet Service Providers/Networks in the country. Click here to view original post at www.techsuplex.com
Out of curiosity, I enabled the 4G radio on my Samsung Galaxy S3 phone for the first time since i got it and was taken aback when i noticed the 4G icon. Expecting it to be a ruse, i decided to give my download speed a test and was pleasantly surprised at what i saw.… Read more 4G Speeds In Nigeria – The Hype vs The Reality
Recently, one of Nigeria’s four GSM Service Providers, Etisalat Nigeria, rolled out a unique bundle offering called EasyFlex. In this offering, you get to choose a bundle comprising of Short Messaging Service (SMS), voice and data services. For N1000, one of the plans offer you 100 minutes of talk time to any local network, 100… Read more Are Nigerian Mobile Networks Heading For Financial Crisis?
I guess it is no longer news that Nigeria’s home brewed mobile network company, Globacom, has been having serious issues delivering on its obligations. Going on 72 hours now, its mobile internet services has been down, a reflection of the epileptic services it has been offering for the best part of this year. This is,… Read more Glo With Pride?!